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My work

  

My desire is to create sculpture that reflects the beauty that is found in the hearts of people as a reminder of the honor, truth, and nobility for which we were all created. We often forget these ideals. Through my effort to create art which awakens the soul, I seek to whisper hope to a distracted world. 

Corporate Clients

Association of Nazarene Universities

Knox Rescue Mission – Knoxville

Indiana Wesleyan University – Marion, Indiana

Wichita First Church of the Nazarene

Clovis Veterans Memorial District – California

Woodland Park Lions Veterans Park – Colorado

Oklahoma Wesleyan University

Southern Nazarene University – Bethany, Oklahoma

Celestial Seasonings – Boulder, Colorado

Coca Cola Collectible – Cavanaugh Group, Atlanta

Church of the Nazarene Int’l Headquarters – Kansas City

United Methodist Church Headquarters – Nashville

Skyline Wesleyan Church – San Diego

Denver First Church of the Nazarene

Heights Church of the Nazarene – Albuquerque

Point Loma University – San Diego

Mercy Health Center – Oklahoma City

Metroplex Chapel- Ft. Worth

10th Mountain Division – Vail, Colorado

Central Command – McDill AFB

Warren County Veterans Memorial – Lebanon, Ohio

Creede Colorado Vietnam Veterans

Gunnison Colorado Vietnam Veterans

Salvation Army – Atlanta

Junior Achievement – Colorado Springs

OppenheimerFunds Inc. – Denver

Trevecca Nazarene University – Nashville

Mid America Nazarene University

Howard Payne University – Brownwood, Texas

Wichita First Church of the Nazarene

City of San Marino California

Orange Texas Church of the Nazarene

Vidor Lions Veterans Memorial – Vidor, Texas

 Hancock County Veterans Memorial – Greenfield Indiana

Jesus Film Harvest Partners – Kansas City

Samaritans Purse – North Carolina

James Robison Ministries – Ft. Worth

Word Entertainment – Nashville

1st Southern Bancorp – Kentucky



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One response to “My work

  1. Jim Livley

    March 10, 2012 at 5:18 pm

    Scott, you continue to grow and mature as a master craftsman, and I count myself fortunate to call you my friend. Please give me a jingle the next time you will be in the OK area, and maybe we can get together. My best to Hermine, and I hope her new career is fairing well. Give Tim my best when you see him, OK? Lord bless, and God Speed……… Jim Lively

     

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